New executive director takes the helm at CNHA Roxanne Bierman says she is excited to be working as the new executive director for the Canyonlands Natural History Association (CNHA). Bierman, who started her new job on May 25, succeeds Cindy Ha...
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Members of the Moab Area Chamber of Commerce and other business owners with offices located at the Portal Building participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 20 to welcome Christina Myers (front row, fourth from left), who recently opened her mental health counseling and body work office in the building located at 150 E. Center St. Photo by Jim Mattingly